She reveals the social and discursive interconnections of the Black press on multiple levels: Newspaper editors
publish in, and freely reprint articles from, each other's papers.
Margaret Lauterbach, who has been a writer and newspaper editor
, and Charles Lauterbach, a director, offer a biography of theatre actor and manager Jack Langrishe (1825-1895), who entertained, with his touring theatre troupe, prospectors, miners, gamblers, adventurers, and opportunists who followed gold rushes in Colorado, Montana, South Dakota, and Idaho.
SEABROOK ISLAND, SC Fred Kardon, former newspaper editor
, reporter and photographer, died December 26, 2010 at the Medical University of South Carolina after a courageous battle with acute myeloid leukemia.
Summary: KIGALI, July 10, 2010, SPA -- Rwanda has arrested a newspaper editor
on charges of genocide denial and stirring ethnic hatred less than a month ahead of August&'s presidential election, Reuters quoted police as saying on Saturday.
Summary: A newspaper editor
has declared victory in a battle over the right to publish details of a Parliamentary question.
As a newspaper editor
with pages to fill, I was one of those who were grateful for the articles these books could generate.
He was known as a newspaper editor
, a politician, and a Catholic intellectual--a man of such deep faith that Cardinal Archbishop Turcotte of Montreal wrote an obituary of him which was published in the Globe and Mail.
In fact, a former newspaper editor
recently underwent a three-hour interrogation at the airport in Des Moines, Iowa.
Ed Lewis, former diocesan newspaper editor
, IRC/Journal subcommittee
"We thought they brought us a victory over the world," says newspaper editor
Vir Sanghvi, "but now fatigue and cynicism are setting in."
Julius and Bertha Ochs are among a crowd of people listening to Parson Brownlow, a newspaper editor
and Methodist preacher.
COVENTRY-BORN newspaper editor
Donald Trelford has been honoured after stepping down as head of journalism studies at Sheffield University.